We take a peek inside the nano's clear plastic box and discover that it's the least changed part of the third-gen nano.

The clear plastic case from the second-gen nano is back! Wider and shorter than before, of course, to fit the new nano's form factor.

Designed in California. Made somewhere else with lower costs and with fewer regulations, no doubt.

So what do you get with a nano? A USB cable, white earbuds and a dock mount. There's also a Quick Start guide (not pictured) and no included software. So you'll have to download the latest iTunes before getting under way.

Check out the nano's reconfigured lower half. The hold switch has moved here -- making one-handed control of the nano impossible -- alongside the proprietary connector and the 3.5mm headphone jack.

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